Police reports: ICE agents enter Woodbury, dog provoked with air horn, more ...Woodbury police reports for May 11-14
Police were called May 11 to Target, 7200 Valley Creek Plaza, for an assault report. A manager there said a customer came to the service desk to return items deemed suspicious by store staff. The manager asked for the woman’s identification, which she provided. While the manager took down the information, the customer, a Madison, Wis., woman, became irate and attempted to snatch the paper from the manager’s hands. She then threw a full bottle of body wash at the manager, who received a welt on her arm from the impact.
Police on patrol May 11 spotted multiple vehicles at Evergreen East Park on Galway Road after hours. The officer talked with eight juveniles there, who said they were using the park as a meeting point for all their friends. The youths were advised of the city’s law governing park-closing times and left without incident.
A Woodbury woman reported May 12 that iPhone was stolen at a garage sale. Mapping technology revealed the phone was in Pierce County, Wis. A sheriff’s deputy there recovered the phone.
Police were called May 12 for a barking dog complaint in the 6900 block of Stratford Draw. After sorting out details, an officer determined that the dog had begun barking after the original complainant blew an air horn at it. The man admitted to provoking the dog.
A worker at Walmart reported May 12 that someone in the parking lot may have witnessed an abduction attempt. Someone reported seeing a female being pushed into a car and hearing her scream, “I want my mommy.” Police spoke with the registered owner of the car, who is the parent of the child. The parent said the girl was saying, “I want my froggy.”
A female resident in the 8700 block of Rainier Alcove reported a possible burglary May 12. The complainant said she saw a male standing in the yard. She said she heard footsteps and saw the shadow of feet under a door. Police arrived and search in the inside and outside of the house. No suspects found.
Police and firefighters were called May 13 to 1649 Regatta Drive for a grill fire on a deck. The complainant said the fire was out upon officer arrival.
Police assisted members of the U.S. Immigrations and Custom Enforcement Agency May 14 in the 7600 block of Newbury Road. Agents suspected a person living at a residence there was not a United States citizen. The suspect was spoken to and arrested by agents without incident.
A Woodbury woman reported May 14 that her iPhone was stolen while shopping at Sam’s Club, 9925 Hudson Road. A search of the phone revealed its GPS system was deactivated, indicating someone stole it and “wiped” it.
A Woodbury woman on May 14 brought her son to the police station. The boy, who had a juvenile warrant for his arrest, was not wearing his required monitoring anklet. He told police some friends had accidentally cut it off with scissors.